'When you're knocked down, get right back up and never listen to anyone who says you can't or shouldn't go on.' - Hilary Clinton
These Presidential puppies are caring, compassionate, and will go down in history as the cutest of all time! At 5 months old they are doing great with their crate training and working on their housebreaking like champs! All weighing in around 6-8 pounds, we expect them to be around the same size as their mother - 13 pounds. Their mom was found as a stray with another dog who we believe is the father, and both appear to be Maltese/Poodle mixes. All of our presidential puppy candidates do well with dogs (even those of the opposite party) and there are no debates at the kitty convention!
A qualified adopter should plan for these puppies to be alone no more than 4 hours a day for the next few months. In addition, due to their young age and small size we will not be able to consider families with children under 9 years of age.
Submit your application today as we know there will be many ballots cast for these adorable candidates to be your new forever family member!
NOTE: As the breed of these puppies is UNKNOWN and based upon their physical appearance they CANNOT be considered non-shedding. Please see the link below for additional information if you have pet allergies:
A training class and spay/neuter contract will be signed at the time of adoption. Adoptions for these puppies will be held in Kearneysville, WV. Submit your application today as these little ones will find their new homes quickly!
This puppy's adoption donation fee is $400, which includes routine vetting and a microchip. You can apply for this puppy by filling out our online application, which is found on our website www.tarashouse.net or www.tarashouse.org. Please email us at email@example.com with any questions.
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